With Gerry around for just a couple more days, we thought we better make the best of it. We started with a corral project in Worland, we might as well finish with one.
Lungren Enterprises has been my fake business name for years. Seems to sum up my mission.
Before we could get to work though, we had to brand Ranch Truck.
Last fall, Jeannie and George Etchemendy gave us some 2 7/8" tubing for corral posts. May God reward them for their generosity. Now it's time to get the posts set. Cutting them into 8' lengths was the first step.
Driving them into the ground was the next. The right tools for the job make all the difference.
Welding on the continuous fence panels was the final.
Once we got a system down we really made hay.
All of which was topped off by some home cooked and home grown beef.
God bless America! Sometimes it takes a foreigner to help the natives appreciate what they have. We've always thanked God for our gifts in life, but Gerry's presence has helped us appreciate American freedom all the more. God has given us all the unailible rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Our Western American way of life just seems to highlight it. Ad majorem Dei gloriam!